Monthly Archives: February 2009

23 Things Online Summit

If you have ever thought that your library should start a Learning 2.0 program, but don’t know where to begin here’s your chance! On Tuesday, March 3rd you’ll have 2 hours to listen to representatives from 23 Things on a Stick and Baker’s Dozen, Michael Sauers, and me share best practices and lessons learned about […]

Keep Libraries Free

I read Indexed every day, I think Jessica is brilliant, she can say so much with a graph on an index card.  I share a lot of them through Twitter.  This one I had to share on the blog too.

Presenting during the Age of Twitter

If you’ve been presenting for a while you know that Twitter has changed the audience. Presenting pre-Twitter – you saw a sea of faces looking at you Presenting during the age of Twiter – you see a sea of heads looking at laptops or smart phones It can be disconcerting if you’re not used to […]

What can you accomplish in 1 week of Web2.0?

Nina Smith created this awesome graphic to go with her post How much time does Web 2.0 take?  One of the most common questions or protests new comers to web 2.0 have is about time.  Nina shows how much you can accomplish based on your time commitment.  She’s broken it down nicely in the blog […]

Facebook TOS follow up

In case you missed it Facebook reverted to its previous terms of service. But that shouldn’t stop you or me from thinking about what happened and what it means. Some recommended reading Facebook Battle Ends in Major Victory for Users, But the War Continues a good look at what happened 10 Privacy Settings Every Facebook […]

The Facebook Brouhaha – yeah you’re mad, but did you leave?

What I saw happen yesterday – a LOT of people blogging, twittering and linking to articles about Facebook’s change to their Terms of Service. ( If you don’t know about it see links at the bottom. I’m not writing about that, 50 bagillion other people already have.) What I didn’t see happening – a mass […]

Do you know what information is?

As librarians we often say we’re in the information business.  But do you really know what information is? I know I’m guilty of confusing the medium with the message, maybe not always, but definitely sometimes blatantly stolen from the MLxperience


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